rondavel


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rondavel

(ˈrɒndɑːvəl)
n
South African a circular often thatched building with a conical roof
[of uncertain origin]
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NEED TO KNOW PS Destinology offers a seven-night stay at Jumby Bay Island from PS4,629pp, based on two sharing a Rondavel room on an all-inclusive basis and including return Virgin flights from Gatwick and private boat and car transfers.
An hour later we're huddled in the small stone, thatched rondavel home of an old woman who was quick to offer us shelter from the rain.
Outside the cities, villages of traditional rondavel huts huddle around a few stalls selling vegetables, a poorly stocked grocery and a well-patronised liquor store.
of years); the mother's age at delivery ([W.sub.7], years); the education level of mother at delivery ([W.sub.8], ordinal); household income ([W.sub.9], Rands per household member per month); whether the pregnancy home was a rondavel with earthen walls and thatched roof ([W.sub.10], categorical); parity of mother at delivery ([W.sub.11], no.
We imagined users comparing the real-world view in front of them with the photo on the tablet, and just choosing the right rondavel (traditional circular hut) onscreen to share.
Jim and I moved into a round cement house, or rondavel, within a larger compound of houses in the local community.
Allied health students were hosted for the first time late last year and are also housed in a well-equipped rondavel.
"I learned that [even] if it had to be in a little rondavel'--a hut--"and I was caring for people, I would be supremely happy," she has said.
We dash into the village rondavel (a round hut) as the rain erupts.
Su version propia cuenta que se deslizo a gatas dentro de un rondavel o choza abandonada al pie de un koppie o cerro del distrito de Upington, y que se quedo dormido, con su pistola Mauser a su lado, y su caballo amarrado a un espino.
We visited a family who lived in a rondavel in the countryside.